All things literary in Texas
I found a nice store, The Bookstore of Burnet, located at 1011 E Polk (Hwy 29) in Burnet. The owner said she had been in business for 19 years and has an inventory of 80,000. Her #(512)756-2551
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If there is to be one bookstore listed under Lubbock,TX, surely it must be Hester's.Hester Books3504 34th St Lubbock, TX 79410(806) 792-3451Used Book Store
Thanks! I'll add it to the list.
A "new" bookstore in San Antonio selling used books:Dead Tree Books5645 S Flores Ave. Suite 104San Antonio TX 78214210 595-7121http://www.deadtreebooks.net
Kenny! Thank you for bringing this one to my attention. I'll add it to the list today.
Copperfield's Books, 8220 Louetta - used and new books! Local small book shop that we love!http://www.copperfieldsbooks.net/home.html
Thank you for bringing Copperfield's to my attention! I'll add it to the list.
Thanks for listing Burrowing Owl Books! I clicked on our facebook link on your site, and it's not the correct one! We had issues with the first link, and had to create a separate one. Here's the link! https://www.facebook.com/burrowingowlbookstore/ Thanks for supporting our little shop! Really appreciate it.
Thank you so much for listing our bookshop! I clicked on my facebook link, and it was our inactive site. Here's our updated one - https://www.facebook.com/burrowingowlbookstore/ Appreciate you! Burrowing Owl BooksCanyon TX
Thank you for letting me know! I'll change it today.
Midland Tx has one! It’s called Friends of the Library
Hi, I'm in Virginia and looking for an indie bookstore near Kemp, TX. Not being familiar with Texas geography beyond the big cities, can someone suggest places on this list that may be close? Thanks.
Unfortunately, Hester's Bookstore has ceased operations. The owner had fallen ill and decided to close it in late 2016. It's a comic book store now. She was going to attempt to open again in downtown Lubbock. Don't know what's come of it.